Renen Hallak tells CRN his company has plenty of money in the bank and took the new funding round to reassure everyone the company is here to stay. He also says his company has two strategic investors, Nvidia and Dell, the latter of which never thought it was investing in a future competitor.
“The channel market is going to continue to consolidate. Scale is going to continue to become more and more important, and it will be harder and harder for local and regional providers without scale to thrive and [for] some of them it may be hard to survive,” said Presidio CEO Bob Cagnazzi.
‘Ninety-five percent of our development team is software-based. But, at the end of the day, what I believe our customers want are outcomes which will be delivered as services. So I think it goes beyond the software or hardware and to delivering services that provide the outcomes our customers want,’ says Pure Storage CEO Charles Giancarlo in an exclusive CRN interview.
‘It allows us to be more competitive if we’re in there against Pure Storage or HPE or NetApp, it makes the deal more competitive from the get-go without having to go back and forward for additional approvals,’ says Josh Lee, director of sales at VirtuIT Systems.
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